In the study, published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, researchers measured sex hormones in more men from different countries across the globe, the top ten highest ranking countries were as follows:
1. Germany — 1st place with about 1500ng/dl on average
10. India — Last place with about 130ng/dl on average.
The differences could be accounted for by variations in diet, stress levels, genetics and lifestyle/socialistic factors.